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This is going to be a long brutal stretch for the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys (2-2) head into their bye week after Tony Romo's five interceptions in a 34-18 loss to Chicago.
Coach Jason Garrett says the team certainly wishes it could play again right away for a chance to erase the bad taste.
Their only practice before a four-day weekend break will be Wednesday.
When they return to Valley Ranch next week, they will be preparing for a game at Baltimore. That is the first of three division leaders they face while playing four of five games on the road.
Dallas was also 2-2 last season, when they lost at home right before the bye, another game when two interceptions by Romo were returned for touchdowns.
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The more things change, the more they stay the same for Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys. Drops by Dez Bryant, plenty of INTs by Romo, and stout defense by the Bears all equal a scathing 34-18 Dallas Cowboys loss to the Chicago Bears.
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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo admits that he’s going to have to “reassess” some things after Monday night’s blow out loss to the Bears.
“It’s going to sit there in your stomach and just eat at you,” Romo said of having to wait 13 days before the team plays again. “In different situations out there where you’re trying to do too much and help out different...
CHFF's Justin Henry examines Tony Romo's most brutal loss of his polarizing career as the Bears exploited Dallas' many mistakes, winning 34-18.
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ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Lance Briggs and Charles Tillman returned interceptions for touchdowns and the Chicago Bears beat the Dallas Cowboys 34-18 on Monday night.
Tony Romo threw five interceptions, matching the most in his career. Major Wright had two of the picks, and the one by Briggs came on a wild two-play exchange of turnovers midway through the third quarter.
One thing that we have learned in my few years of writing this blog is that most of our readers have other sports affiliations besides just Virginia. I know, it’s not that much of a stretch, but we all watch NFL on Sundays, MLB on weeknights, and NHL whenever they want to play again. Yours truly is a Chicago Bears fan, and that allegiance is a tale for another time. As I was watching...
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As our favorite angry Cowboys fan points out, the Cowboys are expecting inconsistency to regulate inconsistency. Jason Garrett seems to put together a greatly successful game plan one weekend, but then he follows it with a laughable one just a week later. Dez Bryant is accused of inconsistency, but his quarterback, Tony Romo, follows moments of brilliance with moments of incredible...
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And Booooooom goes the dynamite! That wasn't the sound of Tony Romo coming back to earth, but instead the sudden outburst of fantasy points. They were plentiful this weekend. Garbage touchdowns galore (Brandon Lloyd and Dwayne Bowe) and points through the air we have been waiting for all season. The presence of Ed Hochuli's massively...
Coming off a dominating performance in prime time, the Chicago Bears defense could be in for another big effort against a team that might have the worst offense in the NFL.
The visiting Bears look for a third consecutive victory as they face the offensively challenged Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Though Chicago's offense has been inconsistent in 2012, its defense has a league...
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